Make our Mind Up Time

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CW says: September 21, 2012 at 01:06 Yes this at times may …

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CW says:
September 21, 2012 at 01:06

Yes this at times may seem like a CFC orientated blog but one would have to acknowledge that any nuetral blog that discusses Scottish Football would have a much larger percentage of fans of either one or both of the big two. In the situation we find Scottish Football in and that the big story is about Rangers and the SFA it stands to reason does it not that CFC supporters will be in the majority? There are likely many non CFC supporters who do not put up comments but are signed up and I would encourage them to do so.

As for the banner it didn’t make me laugh far less crack a smile and I already made my point about the silhoutte figure being OTT. I do look out for your posts and they have often got a TU from me, I did neither with the above.

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final comment, who cares about Guidi, ge it a rest. if the twat said it big deal, it didn’t coz mass rioting in the streets that night did it? so why let it bother you. td me all you want. What gets me really is supporters who complain to police about gestures made by players when they have been calling the same obscene names before during and after the game.

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cochise55 says:

September 29, 2012 at 02:17

If there isn’t it will expose how bad things really are

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